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Remembering the Ladies: From Patriots in Petticoats to Presidential Candidates (Telling Her Stories) Paperback – September 28, 2016
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In single page mini-biographies, every one of these women's accomplishments tell how they impacted the lives of others...my interest was reading about seven women who are featured in the section-Abolitionists and Suffragists. Although Harriet Tubman, Lucretia Mott and Sojourner Truth were known to me, what a pleasant surprise to read about four additional women! For teachers it's an excellent resource for your classes. For parents I recommend this as one additional book on your children's bedside stand for story-time.
Never during my youth were there inspirations to learn about any of the women gracing the 160 pages of Carol Simon Levin's book. If I had one prayer to take flight on this Day Without A Woman, it would be for society to open their eyes, hearts and minds. -- Doreen Stratton
thebucksundergroundrailroad.com/2017/03/08/international-womens-day/ --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
From the Author
My motivation is to help girls and women (and sympathetic guys) recognize that the vote is precious and we shouldn't take it for granted. I chose to do it by creating a unique coloring book with the hope that coloring might spur curiosity, and that reading the facts, fascinating factoids, and quotes from these amazing women would motivate the people to exercise their voices and their votes alongside their colored pencils! As Carrie Chapman Catt wrote when the 19th Amendment finally passed, "The vote has been costly. Prize it." --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.